DA PAM 611-21
Department of the Army Pamphlet 611-21
Military Occupational Classification and Structure
Updated 22 January 2007
The DA PAM 611-21 gives procedures and prescribes the method of developing, changing, and controlling officer, warrant officer, and enlisted military
occupational classification structure.
The DA PAM 611-21 provides –
a. Guidance to individuals, commanders, personnel managers, proponents, and combat and material developers. Additionally, it contains information on the classification of individuals by identifiers and classification of positions
(duty position title, identifier(s) and grade in requirements and authorization documents). This publication implements the policy contained in AR 611–1.
b. Authorized branches, functional areas (FA), area of concentration (AOC), skill identifiers (SI) and guidance on the use of these codes in the classification of officer positions and personnel.
c. Authorized branches, AOC, military occupational specialties (MOSs), special qualification identifiers (SQIs), additional skill identifiers (ASIs), and guidance on the use of these codes in the classification of warrant officer positions and personnel.
d. Authorized career management fields (CMF), MOSs, SQIs, ASIs and guidance on the use of these codes in the classification of enlisted positions and personnel.
Army HQ provides a DA PAM 611-21 pdf link at the bottom of this page.
The DA PAM 611-21 applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the United States Army Reserve
unless otherwise stated. It applies to all proponent agencies responsible for military occupational structure and classification. During mobilization, chapters and policies (AR 611–1), for this regulation may be modified by the proponent.